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Tooth Crystal

Achieving a bright, radiant smile is a common goal for many of us. However, have you ever considered adding a touch of glamour to your pearly white teeth? Tooth Crystal has emerged as the latest trending fashion for youngsters and females, which involves the placement of dazzling diamonds, stones or vibrant gems on your teeth. To improve your smile, apply tooth crystals on the front teeth, which are the most noticeable. The second tooth from the front in the upper left and right quadrants is the most common location for these crystals. 

 

Tooth crystal treatment is a cosmetic dental procedure that involves the placement of small, decorative crystals, diamonds, sapphires, or rubies on the surface of teeth. Theoe are available in a range of colors, size and shapes, making it easy to choose one that complements your natural teeth. The tooth crystal treatment at House of Dontics is a quick and painless procedure and no anesthesia is required. The best thing about modern cosmetic dentistry is the tooth crystal treatment that no drilling is required. The dentist will first clean and dry the tooth surface before applying a small amount of adhesive. The crystal is then placed on top of the adhesive and allowed to set for a few seconds. The entire procedure of placing a tooth crystal only takes approximately 20 minutes. As a result, you won’t require much patience for this treatment.

 

One of the most significant benefits of tooth crystal treatment is that it is non-invasive and doesn’t damage the tooth enamel. While other cosmetic dentistry such as teeth whitening or veneers require the removal of a small amount of tooth enamel, tooth crystals do not change the structure of the tooth. Tooth crystals are also a great way to add some personality and fun to your smile. They can be used to create a variety of patterns and designs, including stars, hearts. If it becomes accidentally loose, it is easily restored. A little glass crystal without any sharp edges works as a jewel. It will naturally come out if eaten. As you can see, this new type of jewelry has absolutely no negative effects. A dentist will be able to remove your crystal whenever you decide.

 

House of Dontics, a premier dental clinic that specializes in a wide range of dental treatments, offers this easy and safe treatment. we are committed to providing our patients with the highest level of care and attention. Our experienced dental professionals will work closely with you to ensure that you are comfortable and satisfied with your treatment. We use the latest dental technology and techniques to deliver exceptional results that will leave you with a confident and radiant smile.

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Adhesive

The adhesive is a clear dental bonding agent that is used to attach the crystal to the tooth surface.

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Crystal

The crystal is a small, decorative element that is made of glass or other materials and comes in various shapes and colors.

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Dental curing light

This is a specialized light used to cure the adhesive used to attach the tooth crystals to the teeth. The light activates the adhesive, causing it to harden quickly and securely.

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Expertise

With a deep understanding of dental anatomy and oral health, We offer expertise in diagnosing and treating a wide range of dental problems

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Methodology

The methodology for diagnosing dental problems typically involves a comprehensive examination of the oral cavity, including visual inspection, patient history, radiographic imaging, and possibly additional tests or consultations

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Consultation

Our experienced dental team is ready to diagnose and provide personalized treatment plans for all your oral health concerns.

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Personalization

Personalization of dental problems involves tailored treatment plans and customized care, ensuring individualized solutions for each patient's oral health needs.

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Team

With over 5 years of experience, we have established ourselves as a trusted and reputable provider of Tooth Crystal treatments in the Indian dental industry.

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  • Avoid smoking and all tobacco products at least 24 hours before the treatment.
  • Avoid alcohol and caffeine at least 24 hours before the treatment.
  • Inform dentist of any dental related medical conditions
  • Brush and floss your teeth thoroughly before the treatment to remove any plaque or debris that could interfere with the procedure.
  • Avoid eating or drinking for at least one hour after the procedure.
  • Do not consume hot or cold drinks for the first 6-8 hours after the procedure.
  • Do not brush your teeth or floss around the treated tooth for the first 24 hours after the procedure.
  • Avoid smoking or using tobacco products for at least 24 hours after the procedure.
  • Avoid alcohol and caffeine at least 24 hours after the treatment.

Understanding Root Causes of Dental Issues

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Poor Oral Hygiene

This is the most common cause. Neglecting to brush or floss daily, not cleaning your teeth properly, or skipping regular dental check-ups can allow plaque to build up and harden into tartar.

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Diet

Consuming foods and drinks high in sugar or starch can increase the buildup of plaque. Bacteria in the mouth break down these sugars and produce acids that form plaque. Over time, if not removed, this plaque can harden into tartar.

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Smoking and Tobacco Use

Smokers and those who use other forms of tobacco have a higher risk of tartar buildup. Tobacco products can affect saliva flow and pH in the mouth, contributing to plaque formation.

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Dry Mouth

Saliva helps wash away food particles and bacteria, helping to prevent plaque formation. Conditions or medications that reduce saliva flow can therefore increase the risk of tartar.

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Aging

As people age, they may develop more crevices and recesses in their teeth, where plaque can accumulate and harden into tartar.

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Genetics

Some people are naturally more prone to tartar buildup due to genetic factors, including the composition of their saliva or the shape and alignment of their teeth.

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Misaligned Teeth

Crooked or misaligned teeth can make effective cleaning more difficult, leading to areas of plaque accumulation that harden over time.

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Certain Medications

Some drugs, including certain types of antidepressants and antihistamines, can reduce saliva flow, leading to an increased risk of tartar formation.

Our Treatment Process

Consultation

Consultation: The first step is to schedule a consultation with a dentist who offers tooth crystal treatment. During the consultation, the dentist will examine your teeth and determine if you are a good candidate for the treatment.

Selection of Crystal

Once you have been deemed a good candidate, you will be able to choose the type of crystal you want to be attached to your tooth. Crystals come in a variety of colors and sizes, so you can choose one that matches your style and preferences.

Cleaning

Before the crystal can be attached to your tooth, the dentist will need to clean the tooth thoroughly to remove any debris or bacteria. This is typically done using a dental scaler and a polishing tool.

Adhesive

Next, the dentist will use a bonding agent to attach the crystal to your tooth. The bonding agent is a strong adhesive that will hold the crystal in place.

Curing

After the crystal has been attached, the dentist will use a special curing light to harden the bonding agent. This will ensure that the crystal stays in place and does not fall off.

Finishing

Once the bonding agent has been cured, the dentist will polish the crystal to make it shine and blend in with your natural tooth enamel. This will give your tooth a natural, sparkling appearance.

Frequently Asked Questions

A tooth crystal is a small, decorative crystal that can be attached to the surface of a tooth.

A tooth crystal is attached to the tooth using dental adhesive.

No, attaching a tooth crystal is not painful. It is a non-invasive and painless procedure.

Attaching a tooth crystal takes only a few minutes and is a quick procedure.

A tooth crystal can last up to 1-2 years, but this can vary depending on individual circumstances.

Yes, a tooth crystal can be easily removed by a dentist.

No, attaching a tooth crystal does not damage the tooth.

Yes, a tooth crystal can be attached to any tooth, but it is typically attached to the front teeth.

No, there is no special care required for a tooth crystal. You can brush and floss your teeth as normal.

Yes, a tooth crystal can be attached to a child’s tooth, but it is important to consult a dentist first.

Yes, a tooth crystal can be customized to match the color and shape of your tooth.

It has a smooth surface. It does not create pain under your lips.

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